Delta Corp to launch Sikkim Casino on Jan 14

Delta Corp has announced it will launch its newest casino, Casino Deltin Denzong on January 14, 2017.

The opening of the new casino was announced by Darshan Mehta, Head of Resarch of ET Now on his Twitter account, which was picked up by local media.

According to the copy of the invitation shared by Mehta, the opening ceremony will be attended by Mehta, Ugen Gyatso, the Tourism & Civil Aviation Minister of Sikkim, who will be the Chief Guest at the opening ceremony, while GM Gurung, the state’s Public Works, Culture & Heritage Minister will be the Guest of Honour.

Located within Hotel Denzong Regency in Gangtok, Sikkim, the new casino hotel is said to have a more convenient and strategic location than its rivals, and is the closest to Gangtok city.

The operator first announced its plan to open its casino in Sikkim in July 2016.

The new establishment will have a live gaming casino offering with approximately 150 gaming positions.

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